A COVID-19 update from our owner and
practicing DVM, Dr. Corey:
While we remain open currently to provide health care for your family pets, we are attempting to minimize the risk for you our clients and our own staff.
To this end, we:
•Are increasing the frequency of our normal disinfection of the hospital premises and frequently handled surfaces.
•Are attempting to schedule appointments 15-30 minutes apart in an attempt to avoid crowding and waiting in our lobby.
•Ask that if you are not feeling well, have any symptoms consistent with the virus (fever, respiratory signs) that you reschedule your pets appointment for a later date.
•Ask that if you have traveled out of the country (or in and out of local hot spots like Washington DC) and have returned in the last 30 days that you delay scheduling any routine visits for your pet.
•Ask that if, you have been exposed to symptomatic or confirmed COVID-19 positive cases, or you are suspected to be positive or possibly exposed, you not bring your pet to the hospital unless they are having a medical emergency.
•In the event of a perceived personal pet emergency, and you are not feeling well , please call ahead to discuss the urgency of the illness and locate a friend to bring your pet in for care.
•Because our staff levels and/or food products and supplies maybe affected over the upcoming weeks, please plan ahead for any medication or prescription foods you may need.
•Remember too, that pet foods and prescription medications may be ordered for home delivery via our website at streamvalleyvet.com/pharmacy. If you run into any issues with your prescription, please call us and we will find the best course to resolve the situation.
As always, we will be available to answer any of your questions and do our best to serve as your family veterinarian during this challenging period. Rest assured that we are monitoring the situation daily and will keep you abreast of any changes in our current service availability.
Stay safe, take this extra time to love those around you, including those four legged, feathered, or leathery companions.
Dr. Mary Corey
Owner and practicing DVM
Stream Valley Veterinary Hospital
OUR PROMISE TO YOU
As professionals, we will provide you with or advise you about the finest and most up-to-date veterinary care that there is.
As a committed small business, we will maintain a dedicated, educated, courteous staff to assist you and your pet with your needs.
As pet owners, we will guarantee your pet will receive the same loving care we give our own.
As your neighbor, we promise you the hospitality inherent in our close-knit community.